Powder Metallurgy nickel based alloy specialist looking for international sales partners

January 14, 2014

Advanced Interactive Materials Science Limited (AIMS), located in Peterborough, UK, is looking to grow its Powder Metallurgy business and expand its international client base by securing worldwide partners.

AIMS Ltd has been established for ten years and its primary discipline is the design, development and manufacture of specialist Powder Metallurgy products. The majority of the products are consolidated by hot Isostatic pressing (HIPing) and or a combination of cold Isostatic pressing (CIPing) and HIPing.


The Sagittite range of materials are well suited

to Net and Near-Net-Shape manufacture.

Components of over 600Kg have been produced

in this way

The company offers a unique range of PM nickel based alloys targeted at high wear and corrosion resistance, marketed under the name Sagittite®.

“This is an exciting time for AIMS as the word is spreading overseas about the quality of our Sagittite® range, which offers a hard wearing and corrosion resistant solution for machine manufacturers and as direct replacement parts for end users,” stated Paul Young, AIMS Sales Director.

“We are now actively seeking international partners that can support us in developing new business channels within the plastics, powder coating and food extrusion processing sectors.”


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